Samuel Apthorpe
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Samuel Apthorpe (1841 - 1864)

Samuel Apthorpe
Born in Caxton, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdommap
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Biography of Samuel APTHORPE of 1841

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Samuel Apthorpe was a Prisoner of War during the United States Civil War.

Samuel Apthorpe, was born 1841 in Caxton, Cambridgeshire, England, the son of William Apthorpe and his wife Sara Thomas.

Samuel Apthorpe was one of several siblings

Samuel Apthorpe grew up in Fredonia, New York.

Samuel Apthorpe enlisted in the United States Army, Company I of the 112th NY Infantry Regiment on August 30, 1862 to serve three years, along with three of his brothers.
Samuel Apthorpe served in the United States Civil War.
Enlisted: Aug 30, 1862
Mustered out: DWP Nov 2, 1864
Side: USA
Regiment(s): 112th NY Infantry Regiment

Samuel Apthorpe died on Nov. 2, 1864 in the Salisbury, North Carolina Conferate Prison Camp where he was being held as a Prison of War in the United States Civil War . In the fall of 1864, Salisbury was overcrowded and disease ridden, mostly due to the Union Navy Blockade and the Union ending it's prisoner exchange program. Two of his brothers had already died of disease in this same war.



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